Uruguay was definitely strong. 메이저사이트Although they didn’t try to press hard throughout the game, they effectively applied forward pressure, leading to Korea’s build-up mistakes and gaining the upper hand in the first half. Still, Korea had a weapon called Lee Kang-in, and the weapon that could break through the opponent’s pressure was Lee Kang-in.
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, faced Uruguay (ranked 16th in the FIFA rankings) in the ‘Hana Bank Invitational National Football Team Friendly Match’ held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 28th, and finished the first half behind 0-1. did.
Coach Klinsman’s debut match against Colombia left hopes and challenges at the same time. Coach Klinsman said he would win the hearts of fans with aggressive football, but the offense could give a passing score, but the defense concentration and organizational skills were disappointing. Nevertheless, it received good reviews and achieved good results by playing leading soccer against Colombia, a strong player in South America.
For this reason, no major changes were made. The aggressive 4-4-2 formation, which showed good performance in the last game against Colombia, was activated again, and key players such as Son Heung-min, Hwang In-beom, Lee Jae-seong, Kim Min-jae, and Kim Young-kwon started again.
The biggest change is on the side. Unlike the last game against Colombia, Lee Jae-seong was placed on the left side and Lee Kang-in was placed on the right side, and Son Heung-min’s partner at the forefront was Hwang Eui-jo. In addition, Lee Ki-je was put in as a leftback to run the game aggressively.
However, due to the organized pressure of the opponent, the attack could not be released properly. Korea tried to build up with Kim Min-jae, Jung Woo-young and Kim Young-kwon at the center, but Uruguay tried to press effectively. It wasn’t consistently strong pressure, but he applied pressure whenever it was absolutely necessary and caused Korea’s build-up mistakes. As a result, we had no choice but to connect from the second half to the front for a long time, but we were unable to develop an effective attack.
In the end, Korea scored the first goal. In the 10th minute of the first half, Valverde raised a corner kick, and Coates rose high and split the net with his head. Afterwards, Lee Jae-sung and Lee Kang-in actively switched to create chances in Korea, and Lee Kang-in in particular shone brilliantly. Despite the pressure from the opponent, Lee Kang-in calmly pressed to ride, and created a chance with a flashing dribble breakthrough and a sharp kick. Although he couldn’t score, he was as impressive as Lee Kang-in, and Lee Kang-in was a surefire weapon to break through Uruguay’s pressure.